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[[File:Dendy01.jpg|thumb|Dendy Junior by [[Steepler Ltd.]]. Dendy famiclones are still popular in Eastern Europe, with a lot of related fansites, even if Steepler is closed]]A '''famiclone''' is a type of [[clone consoles|clone console]] compatible with Famicom or NES games (or both, which is rare). As Nintendo's patents on the hardware have expired, it is now legal to sell any famiclone that does not have pirated software built in.
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[[File:Dendy01.jpg|thumb|[[Dendy Junior]] by [[Steepler Ltd.]]. Dendy famiclones are still popular in Eastern Europe, with a lot of related fansites, even if Steepler is closed.]]
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A '''famiclone''' is a type of [[Clone consoles|clone console]] compatible with Famicom or NES games (or both, which is rare). As Nintendo's patents on the hardware have expired, it is now legal to sell any famiclone that does not have pirated software built in.
   
==Hardware==
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== Hardware ==
[[File:PSOne_Style_Famicom_Clone_adjusted.jpg|thumb|A PSOne style famiclone, Play & Power I (similar to a [[Polystation]]).]]
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[[File:PSOne Style Famicom Clone adjusted.jpg|thumb|A PSOne style famiclone, Play & Power I (similar to a [[PolyStation]]).]]
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The earliest famiclones, usually made in Taiwan, were a more or less exact copy of the original hardware, using cloned chips usually manufactured by [[UMC]]. However, later famiclones produced since the mid-late 90s usually incorporate the entire system into a single small chip, known as a NES-on-a-chip (NOAC) design, which is much cheaper to produce and much smaller (allowing for more creative and compact console designs) but less faithful recreation of the original console, leading to compatibility problems.
The earliest famiclones, usually made in Taiwan, were a more or less exact copy of the original hardware, using cloned chips usually manufactured by [[UMC]]. However, later famiclones produced since the mid-late 90s usually incorproate the entire system into a single small chip, known as a NES-on-a-chip (NOAC) design, which is much cheaper to produce and much smaller (allowing for more creative and compact console designs) but less faithful recreation of the original console, leading to compatibility problems.
 
   
 
There are also DVD and VCD players, as well as certain portable media players (often marketed as "MP5" players), which can play NES/Famicom games via DVDs, CD-ROMs, or through mass storage media, although they usually contain (often slow) emulators rather than an actual hardware clone. These are more common in the Far East than anywhere else.
 
There are also DVD and VCD players, as well as certain portable media players (often marketed as "MP5" players), which can play NES/Famicom games via DVDs, CD-ROMs, or through mass storage media, although they usually contain (often slow) emulators rather than an actual hardware clone. These are more common in the Far East than anywhere else.
   
===VT02/VT03 & OneBus===
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=== VT02/VT03 & OneBus ===
[[File:Shark.png|thumb|left|''Shark'', an example of a VT03 game]]
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{{Main|VTxx}}
The OneBus hardware is essentially a modified Famicom, designed by the Taiwanese company VRTech. Its standard OneBus famiclone system is called the VT02. Unlike the Famicom which has seperate banks for the programming and graphics, (named the PRG and CHR banks) the OneBus combines the two, meaning that only one bus is required, hence the name. The VT03 has better graphical capabilities than standard Famicom hardware, allowing for up to 16 colours per graphical tile as opposed to 4 (in both cases, one colour is transparent). It was developped in collaboration with JungleTac and [[Hummer Team|Hummer Technology]]. There is an emulator for the OneBus called EmuVT, made by JungleTac in 2006 and credited to Wise Wang. There is also a link to a now defunct website.
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[[File:Shark.png|thumb|left|''Shark'', an example of a VT03 game.]]
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The OneBus hardware is essentially a modified Famicom, designed by the Taiwanese company [[V.R. Technology]]. Its standard Famiclone system is called the VT02. Unlike the Famicom which has separate banks for the programming and graphics, (named the PRG and CHR banks) the OneBus combines the two, meaning that only one bus is required, hence the name. The VT03 has better graphical capabilities than standard Famicom hardware, allowing for up to 16 colors per graphical tile as opposed to 4 (in both cases, one color is transparent). It was developed in collaboration with [[JungleTac]] and [[Hummer Team|Hummer Technology]]. There is an emulator for the OneBus called [[EmuVT]], made by JungleTac in 2006 and credited to Wise Wang.
   
===Appearance===
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=== Appearance ===
 
[[File:Pocketfami.jpg|thumb|PocketFami portable famiclone.]]
 
[[File:Pocketfami.jpg|thumb|PocketFami portable famiclone.]]
Older famiclones, like the Dendy Junior above, usually looked nearly identical the original Famicom, while newer ones are sometimes designed to resemble a more recent console - famiclones have been modelled after nearly every mainstream post-Famicom console, from the Mega Drive to the PS3, although many original designs have also been created. More recent clones are often self contained within a controller, handheld console or other more specialised hardware (such as a keyboard or dance mat), either with (albeit with a proprietary cartridge slot, along with an adapter for regular Famicom games) or without a cartridge slot.
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Older famiclones, like the Dendy Junior above, usually looked nearly identical the original Famicom, while newer ones are sometimes designed to resemble a more recent console - famiclones have been modeled after nearly every mainstream post-Famicom console, from the Mega Drive to the PS3, although many original designs have also been created. More recent clones are often self contained within a controller, handheld console or other more specialized hardware (such as a keyboard or dance mat), either with (albeit with a proprietary cartridge slot, along with an adapter for regular Famicom games) or without a cartridge slot.
   
==Software==
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== Software ==
Until about 2000, the majority of famiclones with built-in games only included pirated copies of licensed software - often with greatly inflated game counts - with a few notable exceptions; however, after this point some clones began to incorporate games with graphics and music hacked to disguise their origins (most of which are made by [[Inventor]]), and later completely original games. Some of these original games are produced by [[Waixing]] or [[Nice Code Software]], such as those on the 8-bit Vii (not to be confused with Kensington/Jungletac's Vii).
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Until about 2000, the majority of famiclones with built-in games only included pirated copies of licensed software - often with greatly inflated game counts - with a few notable exceptions; however, after this point some clones began to incorporate games with graphics and music hacked to disguise their origins (most of which are made by [[Inventor]]), and later completely original games. Some of these original games are produced by [[Fuzhou Waixing Computer Science & Technology Co.,LTD|Waixing]] or [[Nice Code Software]], such as those on the 8-bit Vii (not to be confused with Kensington/JungleTac's Vii).
   
==List of Famiclones==
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== List of Famiclones ==
==="Licensed" Systems''<nowiki/>''===
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=== "Licensed" Systems ===
These consoles feature officially licensed software from actual game companies.
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These consoles feature officially licensed software from actual game companies (but not Nintendo).
 
* '''Atari Flashback''' - collection of Atari 2600 and 7800 games, ported by Nice Code.
 
* '''Atari Flashback''' - collection of Atari 2600 and 7800 games, ported by Nice Code.
* '''Basic Fun Mini Arcade Machines''' - Released in Q-Bert and Centipede variants. Q-bert is the standard NES game, and Centipede is from the Atari Flashback.
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* '''Basic Fun Mini Arcade Machines''' - Released in ''Q-Bert'' and ''Centipede'' variants. Q-bert is the standard NES game, and Centipede is from the Atari Flashback.
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* '''Basic Fun Atari Keychains''' - Tiny keychains of Atari joysticks. Different ports than the Flashback.
 
* '''Coleco Head-to-Head''' - Features games loosely based on late 70s sports handhelds from Coleco.
 
* '''Coleco Head-to-Head''' - Features games loosely based on late 70s sports handhelds from Coleco.
 
* '''"Commodore 64" 5-in-1''' - Quietly released Famiclone featuring ports of "Colosoftware" C64 games. Developer is unknown.
 
* '''"Commodore 64" 5-in-1''' - Quietly released Famiclone featuring ports of "Colosoftware" C64 games. Developer is unknown.
* '''Konami Plug 'n Plays''' - Sold in 1 (Frogger) and 5-in-1 variants. Feature three standard NES games and three arcade games, ported by Jungletac.
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* '''Konami Plug 'n Plays''' - Sold in 1 (''Frogger'') and 5-in-1 variants. Feature three standard NES games and three arcade games, ported by JungleTac.
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* '''Dance Dance Revolution systems''' - Running on VT03 hardware. There are ''Mickey Mouse'' and ''Strawberry Shortcake'' versions.
 
* '''Data East Pixel Classics''' - Made by [[DreamGEAR]]; features 8 Data East NES games and 300 Nice Code and Inventor games.
 
* '''Data East Pixel Classics''' - Made by [[DreamGEAR]]; features 8 Data East NES games and 300 Nice Code and Inventor games.
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* '''My Arcade Micro Players''' - Tabletop arcade machines made by My Arcade (DreamGEAR). About a dozen have been produced, including ''Pac-Man'', ''BurgerTime'', and ''Mappy'' among others. Of a rather high quality compared to most other Famiclones.
 
* '''Play Power Intellivision''' - Sold in 10, 15, and 25-in-1 variants. Features Intellivision games, ported by Nice Code.
 
* '''Play Power Intellivision''' - Sold in 10, 15, and 25-in-1 variants. Features Intellivision games, ported by Nice Code.
* '''Space Invaders 5-in-1''' - Features a heavily modified version of the Famicom Space Invaders and four arcade games, ported by Radica.
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* '''VG Pocket''' - A line of JungleTac systems with various game licenses from Konami, Data East and Taito, in addition to generic games.
* '''VG Pocket''' - A line of Jungletac systems with various game licenses from Konami, Data East and Taito, in addition to generic games.
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===Licensed by Nintendo===
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=== Licensed by Nintendo ===
 
These consoles run on Famiclone-style hardware, but were licensed by Nintendo for official distribution.
 
These consoles run on Famiclone-style hardware, but were licensed by Nintendo for official distribution.
* '''Comboy''' (South Korea, made by Hyundai)
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*'''Comboy''' (South Korea, made by Hyundai)
* '''Sharp Famicom Titler'''
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*'''Sharp Famicom Titler'''
* '''Sharp Famicom TV''' - Released in North America as the Sharp Nintendo Television.
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*'''Sharp Famicom TV''' - Released in North America as the Sharp Nintendo Television.
* '''Sharp Twin Famicom'''
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*'''Sharp Twin Famicom'''
===Home Systems===
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* '''Beta 5'''
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=== Home Systems ===
* '''Console TV''' by [[Advance Bright Limited]] - contains hacked games
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*'''AB Standard 8 Bit'''
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*'''Action+Super 6'''
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*'''Asahi VCD'''
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*'''Beta 5'''
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*'''Bit Game'''
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*'''Bit System'''
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*'''Blazepro'''
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*'''Boss 3800a'''
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*'''Bromark BM 1500'''
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*'''Castle Supergame'''
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*'''Chaoba YF 3000 Television Computer System'''
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*'''Chin Laser'''
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*'''Classical TV Game Player TY 22'''
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*'''Console TV''' by [[Advance Bright Limited]] - contains hacked games
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*'''Console TV Challenge''' - contains steering wheel
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*'''Console TV Play Stadium'''
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*'''Crazy Boy'''
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*'''Cyber Boy'''
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*'''Deluxe Arcade Power Player'''
 
*'''Dendy''' (Russia, by [[Steepler Ltd.]])
 
*'''Dendy''' (Russia, by [[Steepler Ltd.]])
** '''Dendy'''/'''Dendy Classic''' - Rebranded [[Micro Genius]] IQ-501
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**'''Dendy'''/'''Dendy Classic''' - Rebranded [[Micro Genius]] IQ-501
** '''Dendy Classic II''' - Rebranded [[Micro Genius]] IQ-701
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**'''Dendy Classic II''' - Rebranded Micro Genius IQ-502
** '''Dendy Junior''' - Unknown Micro Genius?
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**'''Dendy Junior''' - Unknown Micro Genius?
** '''Dendy Junior II'''
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**'''Dendy Junior II'''
** '''Dendy 2/Dendy 8''' - Not produced by Steepler, uses MegaDrive layouts.
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**'''Dendy 2/Dendy 8''' - Not produced by Steepler, uses MegaDrive layouts.
* '''Dynavision''' - Brazilian Famiclone.
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**'''Dendy Star Trek'''
** '''dynavision (2)'''
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**Dendy Master
** '''dynavision 3'''
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**Dendy Mario
** '''dynavision remake'''
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*'''Digitron Wireless Xtreme'''
* '''[[Generation NEX]]''' (Plays both NES and Famicom carts, supposedly VT03 compatible)
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*'''Dinosaur'''
* '''Golden China''' (South Africa)
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*'''Dinostar'''
* '''Good Boy'''
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*'''Dongsheng'''
* '''Family Boy'''/'''Famikon Yarou''' series
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*'''Dynavision''' - Brazilian Famiclone.
* '''FC Compact'''
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**'''dynavision (2)'''
*'''[[FC Game Console]]''' - AKA Neo Fami (Both 60 and 72 pin version) - by [[Qi Sheng Long]], distributed by Gametech (Japan)/Yobo (USA)
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**'''dynavision 3'''
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**'''dynavision remake'''
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*'''Eastern Computer'''
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*'''Ending Man JJ-80-50'''
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*'''Ending Man S-700'''
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*Entertainment System
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*'''ES Game Funplayer'''
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*'''ES Game Polyvox'''
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*'''Extreme Box'''
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*'''Factor 5''' - Not to be confused with the company of the same name
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*'''Famulator'''
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*'''Family Boy'''
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*'''Family Computer''' - The reason why it has the same name as its original is unknown.
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*'''Family Game'''
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*'''Family Game Action Set'''
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*'''Family Game Selection Set'''
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*'''FC Compact'''
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*'''FC Compact II'''
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*'''Mini FC Compact'''
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*'''FC Game Console'''
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*'''Funtime'''
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*'''GA-886'''
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*'''Game 2008'''
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*'''Game Boy''' - Not to be confused of the portable console by Nintendo of the same name
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*'''Game City'''
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*'''Game Corner'''
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*'''Game Corner Funmachine'''
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*'''Game Power 2'''
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*'''Game Star Advance'''
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*'''Game Station 3'''
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*'''Game World 98'''
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*'''Gamebox'''
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*'''Gamezone'''
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*'''Gamezone 2'''
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*'''GB Turtle'''
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*'''[[Generation NEX]]''' (Plays both NES and Famicom carts, supposedly VT03 compatible)
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*'''Geniecom'''
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*'''Geniecom 3'''
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*'''GLK 98'''
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*'''Golden China''' (South Africa)
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*'''Good Boy'''
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*'''GVC Nintendo'''
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*'''Hi Top'''
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*'''Hitex'''
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*'''Home Computer 3600'''
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*'''Hot Boy'''
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*'''HT 767 Television Computer System'''
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*'''Inteltron 7000'''
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*'''Interstellar Fighter'''
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*'''IQ301 Computer Game'''
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*'''IQ502'''
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*'''Jamiko Neo Boy'''
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*'''Joy Kid'''
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*'''King Game VI'''
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*'''Kingo Game Player'''
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*'''KK 128-In-1 Game Player'''
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*'''KR 300'''
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*'''Lifa 882'''
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*'''Likey PSX'''
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*'''Liming'''
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*'''Lin Tong 777'''
 
*'''Magistr''' '''series''' - Russia, by [[New Game (Company)|New Game]].
 
*'''Magistr''' '''series''' - Russia, by [[New Game (Company)|New Game]].
 
*'''[[Micro Genius]] series''' (Worldwide, sold under different names in some countries)
 
*'''[[Micro Genius]] series''' (Worldwide, sold under different names in some countries)
 
*'''[[N-Joypad]]''' - fake CD-based system by [[Advance Bright Limited]]
 
*'''[[N-Joypad]]''' - fake CD-based system by [[Advance Bright Limited]]
* '''NASA Entertainment Computer System''' - both 60 & 72 pin slots [http://www.nesworld.com/pirate-ns90a.php]
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*'''NASA Entertainment Computer System''' - both 60 & 72 pin slots [http://www.nesworld.com/pirate-ns90a.php]
* '''Newtendo Super Famcom'''
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*'''Newtendo Super Famcom'''
* '''Nichiman''' (Colombia) (Rebranded [[Micro Genius]])
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*'''Nichiman''' (Colombia) (Rebranded [[Micro Genius]])
 
*'''[[Pegasus]]''' (Poland, by Bobmark International)
 
*'''[[Pegasus]]''' (Poland, by Bobmark International)
 
**'''Pegasus MT777DX''' (Similar to Famicom)
 
**'''Pegasus MT777DX''' (Similar to Famicom)
 
**'''Pegasus IQ-502''' (More modern design, with round controllers resembling the ones used in SNES - rebranded [[Micro Genius]])
 
**'''Pegasus IQ-502''' (More modern design, with round controllers resembling the ones used in SNES - rebranded [[Micro Genius]])
* '''Phantom System''' – Made in Brazil by Gradiente
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*'''Phantom System''' – Made in Brazil by Gradiente
* '''Play & Power I'''
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*'''Play & Power I'''
* '''[[Polystation]]'''
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*'''[[PolyStation]]'''
** '''Polystation 64: The Power Machine'''
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**'''PolyStation 64: The Power Machine'''
** '''Polystation II'''
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**'''PolyStation II'''
** '''Polystation III'''
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**'''PolyStation III'''
** '''Polystation III Super Soccer system'''
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**'''PolyStation III Super Soccer system'''
** '''Kombat-8'''
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**'''Kombat-8'''
** '''Dendy 3''' - Not produced by Steepler
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**'''Dendy 3''' - Not produced by Steepler
* '''PS-Kid''' - By Cheer-Tech [http://www.nesworld.com/pirate-pskid.php]
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*'''PS-Kid''' - By Cheer-Tech [http://www.nesworld.com/pirate-pskid.php]
* '''Retrocon''' - by Blaze [http://www.nesworld.com/pirate-rcon.php]
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*'''Retrocon''' - by Blaze [http://www.nesworld.com/pirate-rcon.php]
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*Saint Dragon Electron
 
*'''Subor''' (Various models - from China, related to [[Fuzhou Waixing Computer Science & Technology Co.,LTD|Waixing]], often sold in Russia)
 
*'''Subor''' (Various models - from China, related to [[Fuzhou Waixing Computer Science & Technology Co.,LTD|Waixing]], often sold in Russia)
* '''Top Game''' – Models '''VG-8000''' and '''VG-9000''' (dual slot), Made in Brazil by CCE
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*'''Top Game''' – Models '''VG-8000''' and '''VG-9000''' (dual slot), Made in Brazil by CCE
* '''Ultra 8 Bit''' AKA '''Arcade Action'''
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*'''Ultra 8 Bit''' AKA '''Arcade Action'''
** '''Mega Arcade Action'''/'''Arcade Action 2''' (OneBus based, 101 in 1 cart with hacked games + one original)
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**'''Mega Arcade Action''' / '''Arcade Action 2''' (OneBus based, 101 in 1 cart with hacked games + one original)
 
*'''Vii''' (8-bit version) (China) [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12AEdUzveJ4] - by Power King/Xinan Industry Co., Ltd
 
*'''Vii''' (8-bit version) (China) [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12AEdUzveJ4] - by Power King/Xinan Industry Co., Ltd
 
*8 BIT (Argentina) - by ApevTech
 
*8 BIT (Argentina) - by ApevTech
   
===Multi-system===
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=== Multi-system ===
 
These are compatible with more than one console's cartridges, and are particularly popular in the US but have seen limited release elsewhere (so are usually found with 72-pin NES ports rather than 60-pin Famicom ones).
 
These are compatible with more than one console's cartridges, and are particularly popular in the US but have seen limited release elsewhere (so are usually found with 72-pin NES ports rather than 60-pin Famicom ones).
* '''[[FC 3 Plus]]''' - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom + Mega Drive/Genesis (+ "G-Factor", [[Qi Sheng Long]]'s cartridges)
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*'''[[FC 3 Plus]]''' - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom + Mega Drive/Genesis (+ "G-Factor", [[Qi Sheng Long]]'s cartridges)
* '''[[FC Twin]] Video Game System''' - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom
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*'''[[FC Twin]] Video Game System''' - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom
* '''[[GN Twin]]''' - NES/Famicom + Mega Drive/Genesis
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*'''[[GN Twin]]''' - NES/Famicom + Mega Drive/Genesis
* '''[[Retro Duo]]''' - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom
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*'''[[Retro Duo]]''' - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom
* '''[[RetroN 3]]''' - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom + Mega Drive/Genesis
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*'''[[RetroN 3]]''' - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom + Mega Drive/Genesis
   
===Lock-on===
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=== Lock-on ===
 
These use another console for display & controls.
 
These use another console for display & controls.
* '''Tristar'''/'''[[Super 8]]''' - for SNES
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*'''Tristar''' / '''[[Super 8]]''' - for SNES
* '''[[Tristar 64]]''' - NES/FC + SNES clone, for N64
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*'''[[Tristar 64]]''' - NES/FC + SNES clone, for N64
   
===Portable Systems===
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=== Portable Systems ===
* '''CoolBoy''' - The name of various different handheld systems created by [[Subor]]/[[Waixing]], including:
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*'''CoolBoy''' - The name of various different handheld systems created by [[Subor]]/Waixing, including:
** Standard Famicom cart version - also known as '''FC Mobile''', '''Famizero Portable''', '''Poke Boy''' [http://takahanada.blog120.fc2.com/blog-entry-506.html] and distributed by [[New Game (Company)]] as '''Dendy Megaboy'''. A 72-pin NES version was released by Hyperkin in the US under the FC Mobile name.
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**Standard Famicom cart version - also known as '''FC Mobile''', '''Famizero Portable''', '''Poke Boy''' [http://takahanada.blog120.fc2.com/blog-entry-506.html], and distributed by New Game as '''Dendy Megaboy'''. A 72-pin NES version was released by Hyperkin in the US under the FC Mobile name.
** Proprietary cart version - uses small carts resembling the GBA's. Some contain [[Waixing]]/[[Nice Code Software|Nice Code]] games, others pirate Famicom games.
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** Proprietary cart version - uses small carts resembling the GBA's. Some contain Waixing/Nice Code games, others pirate Famicom games.
** '''2PG''' - Compatible console resembling a PSP
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**'''2PG''' - Compatible console resembling a PSP
** '''Game Prince''' - 152-in-1 handheld.
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**'''Game Prince''' - 152-in-1 handheld.
* '''[[Play Vision Portable (PVP)|PVP Station]] series''' - Line of PSP-shaped handhelds. At least 20 different models exist, each with different game lists.
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*[[Play Vision Portable (PVP)|'''PVP Station''']] series - Line of PSP-shaped handhelds. At least 20 different models exist, each with different game lists.
* '''FC-Portable''' [http://toysking.ocnk.net/product/62] [http://yurari5227307.hamazo.tv/e1923377.html] by [[Qi Sheng Long]] [http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/309186161/8_Bit_TFT_Nes_Fc_Portable_Game_Console.html]
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*'''FC-Portable''' [http://toysking.ocnk.net/product/62] [http://yurari5227307.hamazo.tv/e1923377.html] by Qi Sheng Long [http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/309186161/8_Bit_TFT_Nes_Fc_Portable_Game_Console.html]
* '''FC Mobile II''' - includes a gun and two wireless controllers. Both 72 & 60 pin versions available, made by [[Qi Sheng Long]]. Also known as '''PokeFami''' in Japan (not to be confused with the PocketFami, which is also called "PokeFami" in Japanese) [http://akibamap.info/archives/51306214.html]
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*'''FC Mobile II''' - includes a gun and two wireless controllers. Both 72 & 60 pin versions available, made by Qi Sheng Long. Also known as '''PokeFami''' in Japan (not to be confused with the PocketFami, which is also called "PokeFami" in Japanese) [http://akibamap.info/archives/51306214.html]
* '''[[GameAxe]]'''
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*'''[[GameAxe]]'''
* '''GameKing III''' (by Timetop, there's a non-NES clone console with the same name. GameKing I and II also exist, but these play proprietary games similar to those on the Game Boy).
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*'''GameKing III''' (by Timetop, there's a non-NES clone console with the same name. GameKing I and II also exist, but these play proprietary games similar to those on the Game Boy).
* '''[[Game Theory Admiral]]'''
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*'''[[Game Theory Admiral]]'''
* '''Gamespower 50''' - by [[Jungletac]]
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*'''Gamespower 50''' - by JungleTac
* '''Pocket Boy FC-360''' [http://blog.livedoor.jp/geek/archives/50760322.html]
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*'''Pocket Boy FC-360''' [http://blog.livedoor.jp/geek/archives/50760322.html]
* '''[[PocketFami]]''' (AKA PokeFami, by Gametech, distributed in the UK by Blaze)
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*'''[[PocketFami]]''' (AKA PokeFami, by GameTech, distributed in the UK by Blaze)
* '''[[VG Pocket Max]]''' by [[Jungletac|JungleTac]]
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*'''[[VG Pocket Max]]''' by JungleTac
* '''[[GB Station "Light"]]'''
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*'''[[GB Station "Light"]]'''
* [[DreamGEAR My Arcade Handhelds|'''DreamGEAR My Arcade Handhelds''']]
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*'''[[DreamGEAR My Arcade Handhelds]]'''
* [[Multicade 230|'''Multicade 230''']]
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*'''[[Multicade 230]]'''
* [[FC Pocket|'''FC Pocket''']]
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*'''[[FC Pocket]]'''
   
===Lock-on===
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=== Lock-on ===
 
These use another handheld for a display.
 
These use another handheld for a display.
* '''AdFami''' (aka GBA Time Machine) - for the GBA, by Gametech
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*'''AdFami''' (aka GBA Time Machine) - for the GBA, by Gametech
* '''Famulator Lite''' - for the DS Lite, by Cyber Gadget
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*'''Famulator Lite''' - for the DS Lite, by Cyber Gadget
* '''Handy FamiEight''' - for the GBA SP, by Dragon
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*'''Handy FamiEight''' - for the GBA SP, by Dragon
   
===Multi-system===
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=== Multi-system ===
* '''[[Action Gamemaster]]''' - By [[Active Enterprises]]; massively unrealistic, never released.
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*'''[[Action Gamemaster]]''' - By [[Active Enterprises]]; massively unrealistic, never released.
* '''[[One Station]]''' - Theoretically unlimited, as the console hardware is built into the cartridges rather than the console.
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*'''[[One Station]]''' - Theoretically unlimited, as the console hardware is built into the cartridges rather than the console.
   
===Hybrid systems===
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=== Hybrid systems ===
 
These play Famicom games on a TV but have a built in LCD "brick game" for portable play; portable Famiclones weren't available at the time of their release.
 
These play Famicom games on a TV but have a built in LCD "brick game" for portable play; portable Famiclones weren't available at the time of their release.
* '''Polystation Advance'''
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*'''Polystation Advance'''
*'''Power Joy series''' - by [[Trump Grand]]:
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*'''Power Joy series''' - by [[Trump Grand Manufacturing Co.]]:
** '''Power Joy Voyager'''
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**'''Power Joy Voyager'''
** '''Power Joy III'''
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**'''Power Joy III'''
   
===Standard controller-based systems (Plug 'N Play)===
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=== Standard controller-based systems (Plug 'N Play) ===
* '''120 in 1 Plug And Play''' - distributed by Bluetek, takes the shape of a Dreamcast controller.
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*'''120 in 1 Plug And Play''' - distributed by Bluetek, takes the shape of a Dreamcast controller.
* '''[[Game Stick]]'''
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*'''[[Game Stick]]'''
* '''Mega Joy''' (I & II)
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*'''Mega Joy''' (I & II)
* '''Micro Genius IQ-901'''
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*'''Micro Genius IQ-901'''
* '''[[Power Player Super Joy III]]'''
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*'''[[Power Player Super Joy III]]'''
* '''[[Rumble Station]]''' - Games by [[Color Dreams]]
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*'''[[Rumble Station]]''' - Games by [[Color Dreams]]
* '''DreamGEAR My Arcade Series'''
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*'''DreamGEAR My Arcade Series'''
* '''Super Joy'''
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*'''Super Joy'''
* '''gunboy (n64 controller)'''
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*'''gunboy (n64 controller)'''
* '''Vs. Maxx Series'''
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*'''Vs. Maxx Series'''
   
===Controller-based with Built-in Lightgun===
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=== Controller-based with Built-in Lightgun ===
* '''GunBoy''' by [[Advance Bright Limited]]
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*'''GunBoy''' by Advance Bright Limited.
** '''Twin LightBlaster Joypad''' - Shaped like GunBoy, built-in hacks and a cartridge slot.
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**'''Twin LightBlaster Joypad''' - Shaped like GunBoy, built-in hacks and a cartridge slot.
* '''Power Joy''' series - Manufactured by [[Trump Grand]]
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*'''Power Joy''' series - Manufactured by Trump Grand.
** '''Power Joy'''/'''Power Joy II''' - 10 hacks built-in, only included cartridge differs.
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**'''Power Joy''' / '''Power Joy II''' - 10 hacks built-in, only included cartridge differs.
** '''Power Joy Supermax''' - 60+30 game cartridges included, OneBus-based.
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**'''Power Joy Supermax''' - 60+30 game cartridges included, OneBus-based.
* [[Gun Fighter|'''Gun Fighter''']] - Same shape as the GunBoy, except it's blue instead of red. Includes 64 games, which are a mixture of hacks, official Famicom games and [[Nice Code Software|Nice Code]] originals. Distributed by Tevion Gaming.
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*'''[[Gun Fighter]]''' - Same shape as the GunBoy, except it's blue instead of red. Includes 64 games, which are a mixture of hacks, official Famicom games and Nice Code originals. Distributed by Tevion Gaming.
   
===Joysticks===
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=== Joysticks ===
* '''88 Games''' - by [[Macro Winners]]
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*'''88 Games''' - by Macro Winners.
* '''Air Blaster''' by [[Advance Bright Limited]]
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*'''Air Blaster''' by Advance Bright Limited.
* '''Arcade TV Game Set '''by Advance Bright Limited
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*'''Arcade TV Game Set '''by Advance Bright Limited.
   
===Steering wheels===
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=== Steering wheels ===
* '''Venturer Super Start all-in-one'''
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*'''Venturer Super Start all-in-one'''
===Dance mats===
 
*'''Dance Party 3''' / '''Dance Master 3''' by [[Advance Bright Limited]]
 
   
===Keyboards===
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=== Dance mats ===
*[[Subor|'''Subor''']] series
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*'''Dance Party 3''' / '''Dance Master 3''' by Advance Bright Limited.
* '''Gold Leopard King''' series [http://www.nesworld.com/pirate-glk2003.php]
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*Twin Dancers by Advance Bright Limited.
* '''[[Mega Kid MK-1000]]'''
 
   
===Miscellaneous/uncategorised===
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=== Keyboards ===
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*'''[[Subor]]''' series
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*'''Gold Leopard King''' series [http://www.nesworld.com/pirate-glk2003.php]
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*'''[[Mega Kid MK-1000]]'''
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=== Miscellaneous / uncategorised ===
 
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* Red Star Polystation
 
* Red Star Polystation
 
* Red Star Super Smart Genius
 
* Red Star Super Smart Genius
* Ringo (Not the Beatle with the same name)
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* Ringo
 
* Samurai 2000 Fun Grizzler
 
* Samurai 2000 Fun Grizzler
 
* Samurai Micro genius
 
* Samurai Micro genius
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==Links==
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== External link ==
* [http://ultimateconsoledatabase.com/famiclones.htm Ultimate Console Database list of famiclones]
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*[http://ultimateconsoledatabase.com/famiclones.htm Ultimate Console Database list of famiclones]
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Entertainment_System_hardware_clone Wikipedia article]
 
   
==See also==
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== See also ==
* [[Clone consoles]]
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*[[Clone consoles]]
   
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Revision as of 04:54, November 19, 2019

Dendy01

Dendy Junior by Steepler Ltd.. Dendy famiclones are still popular in Eastern Europe, with a lot of related fansites, even if Steepler is closed.

A famiclone is a type of clone console compatible with Famicom or NES games (or both, which is rare). As Nintendo's patents on the hardware have expired, it is now legal to sell any famiclone that does not have pirated software built in.

Hardware

PSOne Style Famicom Clone adjusted

A PSOne style famiclone, Play & Power I (similar to a PolyStation).

The earliest famiclones, usually made in Taiwan, were a more or less exact copy of the original hardware, using cloned chips usually manufactured by UMC. However, later famiclones produced since the mid-late 90s usually incorporate the entire system into a single small chip, known as a NES-on-a-chip (NOAC) design, which is much cheaper to produce and much smaller (allowing for more creative and compact console designs) but less faithful recreation of the original console, leading to compatibility problems.

There are also DVD and VCD players, as well as certain portable media players (often marketed as "MP5" players), which can play NES/Famicom games via DVDs, CD-ROMs, or through mass storage media, although they usually contain (often slow) emulators rather than an actual hardware clone. These are more common in the Far East than anywhere else.

VT02/VT03 & OneBus

Main article: VTxx
Shark

Shark, an example of a VT03 game.

The OneBus hardware is essentially a modified Famicom, designed by the Taiwanese company V.R. Technology. Its standard Famiclone system is called the VT02. Unlike the Famicom which has separate banks for the programming and graphics, (named the PRG and CHR banks) the OneBus combines the two, meaning that only one bus is required, hence the name. The VT03 has better graphical capabilities than standard Famicom hardware, allowing for up to 16 colors per graphical tile as opposed to 4 (in both cases, one color is transparent). It was developed in collaboration with JungleTac and Hummer Technology. There is an emulator for the OneBus called EmuVT, made by JungleTac in 2006 and credited to Wise Wang.

Appearance

Pocketfami

PocketFami portable famiclone.

Older famiclones, like the Dendy Junior above, usually looked nearly identical the original Famicom, while newer ones are sometimes designed to resemble a more recent console - famiclones have been modeled after nearly every mainstream post-Famicom console, from the Mega Drive to the PS3, although many original designs have also been created. More recent clones are often self contained within a controller, handheld console or other more specialized hardware (such as a keyboard or dance mat), either with (albeit with a proprietary cartridge slot, along with an adapter for regular Famicom games) or without a cartridge slot.

Software

Until about 2000, the majority of famiclones with built-in games only included pirated copies of licensed software - often with greatly inflated game counts - with a few notable exceptions; however, after this point some clones began to incorporate games with graphics and music hacked to disguise their origins (most of which are made by Inventor), and later completely original games. Some of these original games are produced by Waixing or Nice Code Software, such as those on the 8-bit Vii (not to be confused with Kensington/JungleTac's Vii).

List of Famiclones

"Licensed" Systems

These consoles feature officially licensed software from actual game companies (but not Nintendo).

  • Atari Flashback - collection of Atari 2600 and 7800 games, ported by Nice Code.
  • Basic Fun Mini Arcade Machines - Released in Q-Bert and Centipede variants. Q-bert is the standard NES game, and Centipede is from the Atari Flashback.
  • Basic Fun Atari Keychains - Tiny keychains of Atari joysticks. Different ports than the Flashback.
  • Coleco Head-to-Head - Features games loosely based on late 70s sports handhelds from Coleco.
  • "Commodore 64" 5-in-1 - Quietly released Famiclone featuring ports of "Colosoftware" C64 games. Developer is unknown.
  • Konami Plug 'n Plays - Sold in 1 (Frogger) and 5-in-1 variants. Feature three standard NES games and three arcade games, ported by JungleTac.
  • Dance Dance Revolution systems - Running on VT03 hardware. There are Mickey Mouse and Strawberry Shortcake versions.
  • Data East Pixel Classics - Made by DreamGEAR; features 8 Data East NES games and 300 Nice Code and Inventor games.
  • My Arcade Micro Players - Tabletop arcade machines made by My Arcade (DreamGEAR). About a dozen have been produced, including Pac-Man, BurgerTime, and Mappy among others. Of a rather high quality compared to most other Famiclones.
  • Play Power Intellivision - Sold in 10, 15, and 25-in-1 variants. Features Intellivision games, ported by Nice Code.
  • VG Pocket - A line of JungleTac systems with various game licenses from Konami, Data East and Taito, in addition to generic games.

Licensed by Nintendo

These consoles run on Famiclone-style hardware, but were licensed by Nintendo for official distribution.

  • Comboy (South Korea, made by Hyundai)
  • Sharp Famicom Titler
  • Sharp Famicom TV - Released in North America as the Sharp Nintendo Television.
  • Sharp Twin Famicom

Home Systems

  • AB Standard 8 Bit
  • Action+Super 6
  • Asahi VCD
  • Beta 5
  • Bit Game
  • Bit System
  • Blazepro
  • Boss 3800a
  • Bromark BM 1500
  • Castle Supergame
  • Chaoba YF 3000 Television Computer System
  • Chin Laser
  • Classical TV Game Player TY 22
  • Console TV by Advance Bright Limited - contains hacked games
  • Console TV Challenge - contains steering wheel
  • Console TV Play Stadium
  • Crazy Boy
  • Cyber Boy
  • Deluxe Arcade Power Player
  • Dendy (Russia, by Steepler Ltd.)
    • Dendy/Dendy Classic - Rebranded Micro Genius IQ-501
    • Dendy Classic II - Rebranded Micro Genius IQ-502
    • Dendy Junior - Unknown Micro Genius?
    • Dendy Junior II
    • Dendy 2/Dendy 8 - Not produced by Steepler, uses MegaDrive layouts.
    • Dendy Star Trek
    • Dendy Master
    • Dendy Mario
  • Digitron Wireless Xtreme
  • Dinosaur
  • Dinostar
  • Dongsheng
  • Dynavision - Brazilian Famiclone.
    • dynavision (2)
    • dynavision 3
    • dynavision remake
  • Eastern Computer
  • Ending Man JJ-80-50
  • Ending Man S-700
  • Entertainment System
  • ES Game Funplayer
  • ES Game Polyvox
  • Extreme Box
  • Factor 5 - Not to be confused with the company of the same name
  • Famulator
  • Family Boy
  • Family Computer - The reason why it has the same name as its original is unknown.
  • Family Game
  • Family Game Action Set
  • Family Game Selection Set
  • FC Compact
  • FC Compact II
  • Mini FC Compact
  • FC Game Console
  • Funtime
  • GA-886
  • Game 2008
  • Game Boy - Not to be confused of the portable console by Nintendo of the same name
  • Game City
  • Game Corner
  • Game Corner Funmachine
  • Game Power 2
  • Game Star Advance
  • Game Station 3
  • Game World 98
  • Gamebox
  • Gamezone
  • Gamezone 2
  • GB Turtle
  • Generation NEX (Plays both NES and Famicom carts, supposedly VT03 compatible)
  • Geniecom
  • Geniecom 3
  • GLK 98
  • Golden China (South Africa)
  • Good Boy
  • GVC Nintendo
  • Hi Top
  • Hitex
  • Home Computer 3600
  • Hot Boy
  • HT 767 Television Computer System
  • Inteltron 7000
  • Interstellar Fighter
  • IQ301 Computer Game
  • IQ502
  • Jamiko Neo Boy
  • Joy Kid
  • King Game VI
  • Kingo Game Player
  • KK 128-In-1 Game Player
  • KR 300
  • Lifa 882
  • Likey PSX
  • Liming
  • Lin Tong 777
  • Magistr series - Russia, by New Game.
  • Micro Genius series (Worldwide, sold under different names in some countries)
  • N-Joypad - fake CD-based system by Advance Bright Limited
  • NASA Entertainment Computer System - both 60 & 72 pin slots [1]
  • Newtendo Super Famcom
  • Nichiman (Colombia) (Rebranded Micro Genius)
  • Pegasus (Poland, by Bobmark International)
    • Pegasus MT777DX (Similar to Famicom)
    • Pegasus IQ-502 (More modern design, with round controllers resembling the ones used in SNES - rebranded Micro Genius)
  • Phantom System – Made in Brazil by Gradiente
  • Play & Power I
  • PolyStation
    • PolyStation 64: The Power Machine
    • PolyStation II
    • PolyStation III
    • PolyStation III Super Soccer system
    • Kombat-8
    • Dendy 3 - Not produced by Steepler
  • PS-Kid - By Cheer-Tech [2]
  • Retrocon - by Blaze [3]
  • Saint Dragon Electron
  • Subor (Various models - from China, related to Waixing, often sold in Russia)
  • Top Game – Models VG-8000 and VG-9000 (dual slot), Made in Brazil by CCE
  • Ultra 8 Bit AKA Arcade Action
    • Mega Arcade Action / Arcade Action 2 (OneBus based, 101 in 1 cart with hacked games + one original)
  • Vii (8-bit version) (China) [4] - by Power King/Xinan Industry Co., Ltd
  • 8 BIT (Argentina) - by ApevTech

Multi-system

These are compatible with more than one console's cartridges, and are particularly popular in the US but have seen limited release elsewhere (so are usually found with 72-pin NES ports rather than 60-pin Famicom ones).

  • FC 3 Plus - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom + Mega Drive/Genesis (+ "G-Factor", Qi Sheng Long's cartridges)
  • FC Twin Video Game System - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom
  • GN Twin - NES/Famicom + Mega Drive/Genesis
  • Retro Duo - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom
  • RetroN 3 - NES/Famicom + SNES/Super Famicom + Mega Drive/Genesis

Lock-on

These use another console for display & controls.

Portable Systems

  • CoolBoy - The name of various different handheld systems created by Subor/Waixing, including:
    • Standard Famicom cart version - also known as FC Mobile, Famizero Portable, Poke Boy [5], and distributed by New Game as Dendy Megaboy. A 72-pin NES version was released by Hyperkin in the US under the FC Mobile name.
    • Proprietary cart version - uses small carts resembling the GBA's. Some contain Waixing/Nice Code games, others pirate Famicom games.
    • 2PG - Compatible console resembling a PSP
    • Game Prince - 152-in-1 handheld.
  • PVP Station series - Line of PSP-shaped handhelds. At least 20 different models exist, each with different game lists.
  • FC-Portable [6] [7] by Qi Sheng Long [8]
  • FC Mobile II - includes a gun and two wireless controllers. Both 72 & 60 pin versions available, made by Qi Sheng Long. Also known as PokeFami in Japan (not to be confused with the PocketFami, which is also called "PokeFami" in Japanese) [9]
  • GameAxe
  • GameKing III (by Timetop, there's a non-NES clone console with the same name. GameKing I and II also exist, but these play proprietary games similar to those on the Game Boy).
  • Game Theory Admiral
  • Gamespower 50 - by JungleTac
  • Pocket Boy FC-360 [10]
  • PocketFami (AKA PokeFami, by GameTech, distributed in the UK by Blaze)
  • VG Pocket Max by JungleTac
  • GB Station "Light"
  • DreamGEAR My Arcade Handhelds
  • Multicade 230
  • FC Pocket

Lock-on

These use another handheld for a display.

  • AdFami (aka GBA Time Machine) - for the GBA, by Gametech
  • Famulator Lite - for the DS Lite, by Cyber Gadget
  • Handy FamiEight - for the GBA SP, by Dragon

Multi-system

Hybrid systems

These play Famicom games on a TV but have a built in LCD "brick game" for portable play; portable Famiclones weren't available at the time of their release.

Standard controller-based systems (Plug 'N Play)

Controller-based with Built-in Lightgun

  • GunBoy by Advance Bright Limited.
    • Twin LightBlaster Joypad - Shaped like GunBoy, built-in hacks and a cartridge slot.
  • Power Joy series - Manufactured by Trump Grand.
    • Power Joy / Power Joy II - 10 hacks built-in, only included cartridge differs.
    • Power Joy Supermax - 60+30 game cartridges included, OneBus-based.
  • Gun Fighter - Same shape as the GunBoy, except it's blue instead of red. Includes 64 games, which are a mixture of hacks, official Famicom games and Nice Code originals. Distributed by Tevion Gaming.

Joysticks

  • 88 Games - by Macro Winners.
  • Air Blaster by Advance Bright Limited.
  • Arcade TV Game Set by Advance Bright Limited.

Steering wheels

  • Venturer Super Start all-in-one

Dance mats

  • Dance Party 3 / Dance Master 3 by Advance Bright Limited.
  • Twin Dancers by Advance Bright Limited.

Keyboards

Miscellaneous / uncategorised

  • ABC 999
  • AB Standard 8 bit
  • Action+Super 6
  • Advance Bright TV Arcade
  • Advance Boy
  • Asahi VCD
  • Atari Flashback 1 (games ported to run on a NOAC)
  • Batman (Not the superhero, TV show, movie series or NES game of the same name)
  • BitSystem - Made in Brazil by Dismac
  • Brightech FCCP03
  • Combook
  • Computer and game LT-906
  • Computer Game
  • Console TV Challenge by Advance Bright Limited
  • Cosmos
  • CrazyBoy Gaming System
  • Creation (Found in Pakistan & India - Made in China)
  • CyFrog (South Korea)
  • Dance Station
  • Dendy Pocket
  • Double Dragon (Not the video game of the same name)
  • Dr. Boy
  • Dynavision II, III and IV - Made in Brazil by Dynacom (Dynavision I was an Atari 2600 clone)
  • Elevator Action (Not the video game of the same name)
  • Ending Man JJ-80-50
  • Entertainment Computer System
  • Extreme Box
  • Family FR Series
  • Family Game
  • Family Game Selection set
  • Fengali Game Station AV 620
  • Flashback
  • Funstation
  • Game Fillip
  • Game Player
  • Gamars
  • Gamax
  • Game Corner Funmachine
  • GameStar
  • GameStar (keyboard)
  • Game Player
  • Game Sporz Tennis Game
  • Game Zone 118
  • Geniecom
  • Handyvision – Made in Brazil by Dynacom
  • Hi-Top Game
  • Home Computer System Power Game
  • King Game III
  • Kenga (Russia, 90s)
  • Kontorland (Turkey, 1990s)
  • Lifa SM-888 (San Ming Electric)
  • Liko KL-235
  • Little Master (India, 1990s)
  • Mastergames 9000
  • Mastergames Ending Man
  • Mastergames Mega Power II
  • Media - Range of consoles marketed in India
  • Mega Power
  • Mega Power 2
  • Mega Racer
  • Mega Volante
  • Megason
  • Megatronix Console Compatta
  • Megaplay
  • Millennium Arcade 3d
  • MK X Super Action set
  • NES Video Game System
  • Nikita
  • Open-1
  • Opera AV Station
  • Panther
  • PC Game (Brazil)
  • PCStation
  • Pixels 246-in-1
  • PlayPower (I & II)
  • Playerstation
  • Poly X Box es338
  • Power Games
  • Prima
  • PS2 SLIM TV Game - Resembles the PS2 Slim.
  • Quasar Neon Boy
  • Red Star Polystation
  • Red Star Super Smart Genius
  • Ringo
  • Samurai 2000 Fun Grizzler
  • Samurai Micro genius
  • Selection SZ 100
  • Sinostar V Racing Station
  • Slim 2
  • Smart Computer Pro
  • Soccer 98
  • Soccer Station
  • Spica
  • Star Trek (Not the TV show of the same name)
  • Super Action Set
  • Super Com 60 (FC version)
  • Super Com 72 (NES version)
  • Super Magic Star
  • Super Megason
  • Super Ufo Lp-6000
  • TeleGameStation
  • Terminator 1, 2 and 3
  • Terminator 7
  • Turbo Game – Made in Brazil by CCE
  • TV Entertainment game
  • UFO A500 II
  • Video Vs. Maxx
  • Virtual Player
  • Winner (video game system)
  • Wireless Xtreme TV game - Made by Digitron, resembles the wii.
  • WizKid (India, 1990s)
  • XA-76-1E
  • X-GAME 360 - Resembles an Xbox 360.
  • Z-first Super action set
  • Z-Station 220, 228 and 400
  • Zhiliton (Former USSR)
  • Zhong Tian 3
  • Zoom Tech

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